A new farmers’ market will open for the first time this weekend to get local families and producers together.

Husband and wife Ben and Georgina Woolf are the owners of Oak House Farm, in Sproughton, will welcome visitors for the first time to the market on Sunday, May 1, between 10am and 2pm.

Organised as a collaboration between Oak House Farm and Acorn Events, the market will be held at Oak House Farm, being a rare example of a farmers’ market held on a working farm.

Ipswich Star: Oak House Farm's Red PollsOak House Farm's Red Polls (Image: Ben Woolf)

Ben Woolf said: “We’re going for a family-friendly vibe with lots of entertainment, animals to see and plenty of interesting shopping.

“On Sunday, there will be a fantastic opportunity for children to get a bit closer to farming and meet some of our animals.”

The market will showcase around 20 artisan producers, including Oak House Farm’s butchery.

Ipswich Star: Georgina and Ben WoolfGeorgina and Ben Woolf (Image: Leaderboard Photography)

Younger visitors can also enjoy the sweet store and children’s book store.